Dumping Stations(7 companies)
Equipment used to empty ingredients such as powders into a hopper during processing.
Azo designs and builds ingredient and raw material handling equipment covering production processes for the food, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, chemicals and plastics markets. Product line includes bulk/dry ingredient weighing and filling stations, bulk bag unloaders, docked bag dumping stations, automatic weighing stations for minor and micro components. Azo also offer extensive pneumatic conveying and vacuum/low-velocity vacuum/dense-phase vacuum conveying systems for granular, powdered and lumpy bulk materials.
Commercial Manufacturing supplies the processing industry with a range of material handling, conveying and bulk handling equipment. Machines include distribution and spreader conveyors used in raw food processing applications including fines removal, spreading or dewatering. Commercial Manufacturing's product line includes material handling products for receiving and unstacking product, dumping their contents, washing, restacking, and discharging them include tote/bin stackers and destackers, tote/bin dumpers. Other specialties include screens used in vibratory conveyors for functions including dewatering, fines removal, size grading, and scalping.
Marchant Schmidt, Inc.
Marchant Schmidt manufactures handling equipment for cheese and other food processing facilities, including processing conveyors. Designed for direct food contact, hygienic food grade conveyors are available in flexible belt, flighted belt, urethane belt, converging and diverging designs. Marchant Schmidt offers an extensive range of specialty conveyors for processing applications, such as vacuum conveying systems. Also available from Marchant Schmidt are cheese block stacker/palletizers, dumping equipment and industrial sanitary dust collectors (SDC) for food manufacturing facilities.
National Bulk Equipment, Inc.
National Bulk Equipment (NBE) supplies a range of bulk handling systems, including bulk bag dischargers, drum dischargers, bag break stations and related handling equipment for dry powders and ingredients. NBE bulk bag discharger systems are designed for rigorous duty in critical applications. Every NBE bulk bag discharging system, regardless of it's particular design or application, operates on a process-specific, fully welded structural framework chassis; unlike the bolt-together unloader designs typical in the market.
Schenck Process delivers all types of pneumatic conveying technologies and have a complete selection of feeding, sifting, mixing and milling solutions to meet ingredient handling challenges.
Smalley Manufacturing Company
Smalley offers over 50 separate equipment models of conveyors and other ingredient handling equipment that have been accepted by the USDA Meat and Poultry. Processing conveyors from Smalley are designed for optimum durability, reliability and easy cleaning. The Smalley Storveyor® is the answer to uniform flow of product to packaging. Designed to provide surge protection for packaging by providing in-line storage of product between processing and packaging, Storveyor® systems handle off-line storage of product when the packaging machine is down, when production exceeds the limits of packaging, or when there is a time frame difference between processing and packaging.
Vac-U-Max supplies a wide range of ingredient and product handling equipment, specializing in custom pneumatic conveying systems and support equipment for conveying, vacuum conveying, batching, and weighing dry materials, such as vacuum conveyors and aero-conveyors. Vacuum conveying systems move product such as bulk powders for pharmaceuticals and nutraceuticals and multi-ingredients for food/beverage applications gently and quickly from point to point, with nothing in the way to impede the efficiency of its movement. Vac-U-Max also supplies bag dump stations as well as flexible screw conveyors to transport dry bulk materials at a reduced cost.
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